Monday, 27 November 2017

US First lady Melania Trump unveils sneak peek at White House holiday decorations - Photos

The decor in the White House Grand Foyer was simple and natural, with a forest of Christmas trees looking like they had just been covered by a winter snow  
US First lady, Melania Trump has unveiled the 2017 White House holiday decorations which she personally designed.
Photos: Melania Trump unveils White House Christmas decorations
This year, over 150 volunteers from 29 states spent more than 1,600 hours setting up spaces from the East Wing, which houses the Gold Star Family Tree, to the China Room, where the Reagan china has been set out in a display of traditional Christmas dinner.

In the library, Franklin D. Roosevelt's 1866 edition of "A Christmas Carol" holds court, and in the grand foyer of the State Floor, there's a tribute to the very first themed White House Christmas, "Nutcracker Suite," started by Jacqueline Kennedy in 1961.
According to the White House, by the time December is over, an estimated 25,000 people will have toured the decorations.
It's all in the details! Even the staircases at the White House have been decked with festive flourishes 
The kids in the East Room made garland while telling the first lady that she looked like 'an angel' and giving her a group hug 
The Blue Room's Christmas tree stands at 18 feet, 6 inches tall and was brought into the White House last week, via carriage, from growers based out of Endeavor, Wisconsin 
A photographer kneels and grabs a shot of the Endeavor, Wisconsin-grown tree that was installed in the White House Blue Room 

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